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"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

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"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"Because that's that's part of the human condition that social connection is what we all need and that's a true tricks one to to be around people but also around the right people because the choose to see the good. We see the good if we do to see the bad. That's all we're going to see. So surrounding yourself with people that have an abundance mindset that have a growth mindset and are really looking to positively impact their environment is heart of that resilient my style and i always quite back to like a football game like you wouldn't have a rough call. The game at the top of the stands like in the in the nosebleed section. They cannot see what is happening on the field. So you need to have people that are close in. And there's this common saying to and i'd love to get your feedback on it. 'cause it's it's kind of frustrating thing. People people want to be around like minded people. I rather have like hearted people because if we all think the same where i'll probably going to do the same. We won't really be bettering ourselves as much. So i think that's the thing too about how you pick your your people the people that you know that will help you guide you along and you know when you have to ask for help that they're gonna be there in part of the intuition you you can note And you know after a while you're really gonna know and so at first. It's it's intuition. But i think at at the base of it all emily. It's it's values. Do you value the same thing do you. Do you prioritize the same thing and do you expect the same thing in terms of attitude effort and work ethic. You don't have to think the same but you have to have sumer mindsets and I look at some of the mastermind groups. I'm apart us and whether it's The iron sharpens iron mastermind. It's the seek wisdom mastermind or the columbia coaching mastermind or a most wanted another mastermind for service academy.

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"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"And i have no idea what i said that day however i guess he was impactful enough for her to remember me and then i got involved with team. Red white and blue ultimately became the chapter captain for jacksonville florida and then went on to be a leadership fellow for the southeast region of team red white and blue and gave me that sense of connection That i needed to keep moving in a positive direction. I think that's so important both times too. Because it makes me reflect back on whenever i had out of wedlock like. I wasn't capable at that moment to even take care of myself nor my son literally about died so my health literally couldn't take care in there in. I love it. You call your quick response team or whatever you quick. Quick reaction force. It's a military term. And i was i was in the navy and i was on surface ships. We actually have two types of quick reaction forces one was for firefighting damage control and the other was for physical security. So that will you are. F concept was was part of my professional life and having part of my personal life was absolutely a game. Changer for me. Ooh in i could see things go on from there to that in the quick reaction force for firefighting and damage control. That one is very important. Would how the body works. And and that's your stress management But whenever you're you're stressed in Siri it can go. You defy flatter freeze but actually that same response can actually go to innovation. Collaboration and it can allow you to be actually greater from it but then on the reverse the other team which is be your safety you literally have something called the safety copier body which town in and so i could see on both sides of that bringing back minority self five to human order that those those are very beneficial for everyone to have the reason i say is because it's in its essence. It may sound like a reactive but is actually proactive. You're actually reading yourself with the right geniuses. The right people around you that you know that can do the job when where in how nope i absolutely believe that a rising tide raises all boats surrounding yourself with with amazing people who are going to challenge you to be the best version of yourself and you're doing that for others is absolutely part of a resilient lifestyle Note to is that the the power of people literally forgoing continue to go into the human science of oxytocin. which is the connection and bonding. That you literally like we are designed. Our human bodies are designed. Have people like some people like. I'm not a people person you actually are. Everybody's a people person or in you know emily. That's why i talk about my. At least my mantra around resilience is mind. Body tried and what..

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"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"So the difference between change and transition was a huge. You know a hamam for me and understanding that change is what happens to us. Transition is what happens for us and the other is a misunderstanding of perseverance. Or endurance versus resilience. I know that. I had that confused and my experience is allowed to see the difference. Perseverance is the ability to keep going regardless of of the obstacles and the challenges and resilience is heart perseverance but also part awareness and self management to understand where you're at the understand you talked about the battery level to really see where our internal batteries are in terms of our mental half our mindfulness our physical health and wellness and then our spiritual wellness in terms of our is and knowing when we have the plug into whether it needs a mindfulness. I need some wellness. I need some social connection. You know what. I need a little dose of drive and commitment so i need so i have the grit to keep move and then because of all of that confusion misunderstanding. There's really an inability to self manage. Say what do i need to do on a daily basis weekly basis to be the best version of myself and then finally and it's what i'm not sorry for. There's a fear to ask for support because we allow our ego to get in the front seat and start driving the car. And i was guilty of that and it wasn't until you i said. Hey you know what. I can't do this by myself. Are mr ego guess. What jump in the back seat. Because i want to move in a positive direction and i want to get there faster so let me get out of my own way for a minute So important i loved unlike the first time that you ask for help only did how you felt in that situation. But i'm assuming that there was a good outcome from it like a feel like every time you do..

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"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

04:05 min | 4 months ago

"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"Some people don't allow for that failure asp aids going to happen. We can't be perfect. Unfortunately years was on a national stage in the whole world. Knew about your mishap. Which makes it even more of a gut punch. But i think even shows more that you can come back from it so on a diving deeper about learning not to embracing the failure but learning to grow from it How did that help you like what were some of the big lav lessons that you gain from maybe stories that came from whenever you're in that valley because sometimes i feel like were so low that we can't even here or so stressed out. We're so down on. Our cell sits like we're depressed literally. We can get very depressed from it. So i love to understand more about your story. Yeah absolutely. I didn't get all the way there however like to say that the cool part about rock bottom is that it provides one of the strongest therm nations to launch forward in a positive direction And when you fail and you take that opportunity you have a growth mindset. You say you know what. What did i learn from this. That's actually resilience. Zillions isn't about just bouncing back to where you were before. Resilience is about bouncing ford and being a better version of yourself because of that adversity because of that challenge and moving in a positive direction and part of that is a writing a book about. I wrote transit on purpose and part of that book talks about resilience or you resilience to kit and incorporates. Four things mindfulness and mental health visible health and wellness social wellness. I call it. I call it your try and then your purpose your why and You know i've had the ability to talk about that. What it takes to live a resilient life and what that reading books like what that feels like and how you can go from where you're at to where you wanna go in the energized by the process and as so powerful to that you can be energized from it that that's the point that a lot of people don't see they feel like a kid just deplete which you can. I'm not gonna lie like the ups and downs in my life. It's a it's an energy battle one it's not like it's always a high net But it's not always a low low..

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"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"volpe" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"Welcome to unapologetically bold. I'm not sorry for if you're a person than his tired of apologizing for being you you know the human part of you that sometimes bills like it has to be different at home versus work versus play the human side that just wants to be hot humble open and transparent abacha wants as ours and uniqueness if you answered yes. This is working. Join me me as odd job in conversations with guests about what sorry for loving let's get started alot everybody welcome back to the apologetically bold on nazari. Sorry or not so blessed today to one of my good friends with me dennis. Welcome dennis and we're for having him super excited to be with you this morning. It is going to be such a bank conversation so before we go into it. I would love for you to tell the audience a little bit about yourself and who you are sure Think first and foremost.

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"volpe" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"volpe" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"Your Role becomes your identity and your identity becomes Your Role so who you are is what you do and what you do is who you are or the that's that's what happened to me off and you know, why do you want to you know, make this transition Journey with someone else and you kind of highlighted it before Paul, you know, sometimes we don't see ourselves and she may or may not have the right perspective and that's what a coach does for you and that's what a coach did for me I got to sit down with with a coach and I you know I was I'd like to say I was blessed because you know, they pointed out that my perspective was was been off and particularly around Openness and and vulnerability and and what that look like, but you know the big fees for me was understanding that allowing other people to provide perspective was helpful particularly. When you I had to unwrap me I had to really separate my my role from my identity. So, you know, it was now it was Dennis. He was no longer Commander Dennis Volpe. Yeah. It was like Dennis tell me about Dennis will tell me about Dennis the Navy guy or Dennis with the commanding officer or or Dennis to this that or that it's tell me about you tell me about what's important to you. Tell me about the guy likes to you know, go shoot Sporting Clays on the week off. Tell me about the guy that likes to do triathlons, even though he's you know in absolutely crappy. Swimmer will tell me about all that. Because that's what matters now somebody help me do that was priceless. Yeah, so so let's we're onto something here. Cuz what I was going to ask you next was. You know, what's it look like I mean how what are some of the things people could sort of you know, no two coaches are exactly alike. But when someone does one of these massive shifts, if you do it coached mentored and all that versus if you do it the way I did it which was terrible. How does it how does it look different? I mean, what are some of the what are some of the I don't know the things that people encounter along the way and and maybe some even some of the results. Yeah, well. You know some of the things that you're going to encounter is you're going to have to Define what transition means to you. And you're actually going to have to Define your personal values. Not only Define. The words but actually Define what they mean to you and how are they going to inform your decisions moving forward? Yeah, and but also offer to have to think about you're going to have to identify and you're going to have to accept which is probably significantly harder than just identifying your reality right? Cuz when you think about the coaching process The coaching process is your current reality. And then you're defined end-state where you're defined objective. And if you don't have a really good accurate starting spot off. Then getting to that defined end-state that objective. Is that much harder? Yeah, and the coaching space is the is the space in between right? It's that transmission space between where you are and where you want to go and if you don't Define.

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"volpe" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"volpe" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"It's classic. Well, okay. So someone's listening. They're they're anticipating a big transition right career life, maybe the military into the civilian World you've touched on this is I'm already what what are some reasons you could think of like real solid ones to tell people. Hey. Do this by yourself? You ought to you ought to have someone coach you through this? Particularly for folks that have been doing the same thing for a while and I'll take my own personal example, you know from the time. I was a teenager to the time I was forty-two. Honor courage and commitment were my values my personal values and the organizational values because I never took the time to say what really matters to me make life decisions. Yeah, and why is that because well to be successful in the military. Your Role becomes your identity and your identity becomes Your Role so who you are is what do and what you do is who you are or the that's what happened to me off and you know, why do you want to you know, make this transition Journey with someone else and you kind of highlighted it before Paul, you know, sometimes we don't see ourselves and she may or not have the right perspective and that's what a coach does for you and that's what a coach did for me I got to sit down with a coach and I you know I was I'd like to say I was blessed because you know, they pointed out that my perspective was was been off and particularly around Openness and vulnerability and and what that look like, but you know the big fees for me was understanding that allowing other people to provide perspective was helpful particularly. When you I had to unwrap me I had to really separate my my role from my identity. So, you know, it was now it Dennis. He was no longer Commander Dennis Volpe. Yeah. It was like Dennis tell me about Dennis will tell me about Dennis the Navy guy or Dennis with the commanding officer or or Dennis to this that or that it's tell me about you tell me about what's important to you..

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"volpe" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"volpe" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"The books now out available on my website. Well as I say in the US Navy Anchors Aweigh, let's get this ship out in the Deep Waters. Welcome back to influence or networking Secrets Paul Edwards with you and excited to bring my friend and client Dennis Volpe to the show. Dennis is an executive coach. He's also the founder of leadership Research Institute and all around good guy going to come and talk us about transitions today Dennis. So good to have you here. Welcome to the show my friend Paul. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it. I've been looking forward to to having a conversation with you for for a while. It's great to have you here and I want to start off. I always start the interviews off this month. I've done a little bit of an intro in pre-recorded, but like for the guests for the audience rather to hear you talk a little bit about your background your story and that in your own words, please be sure now, I appreciate the opportunity Paul the you know, my my story, you know, I'd like to say have a simple guy from from Long Island grew up on Long And then went to the United States Naval Academy had the opportunity to to go there really as an opportunity to to launch a career as a military officer and and served my country and had the opportunity to do that never planned to make an entire career had some other, you know ideas that I thought about and wanted to do but they didn't actually come to fruition and ended up in a military career for twenty years and got the do a lot of cool stuff. Got to meet a lot of awesome people got the work with a lot of awesome folks and Absolutely know what success is what it looks like what it feels like what's required to have it and I also know what what it feels like the fail and that's what it takes to not be a failure and you.

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"volpe" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"volpe" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"The books now out available on my website. Well as I say in the US Navy Anchors Aweigh, let's get this ship out in the Deep Waters. Welcome back to influence or networking Secrets Paul Edwards with you and excited to bring my friend and client Dennis Volpe to the show. Dennis is an executive coach. He's also the founder of the leadership Research Institute and all around good guy going to come and talk to us about transitions today Dennis. So good to have you here. Welcome to the show my friend Paul. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it. I've been looking forward to to having a conversation with you for for a while. It's great to have you here and I want to start off. I always start the interviews off this month. I've done a little bit of an intro in pre-recorded, but like for the guests for the audience rather to hear you talk a little bit about your background your story and that in your own words, please be sure now, I appreciate the opportunity Paul the you know, my my story, you know, I'd like to say have a simple guy from from Long Island grew up on Long And then went to the United States Naval Academy had the opportunity to to go there really as an opportunity to to launch a career as as a military officer and and served my country and had the opportunity to do that never planned to make an entire career had had some other, you know ideas that I thought about and wanted to do but they they didn't actually come to fruition and ended up in a military career for for twenty years and got the do a lot of cool stuff. Got to meet a lot of awesome people got the work with a lot of awesome folks and Absolutely know what success is what it looks like what it feels like what's required to have it and I also know what what it feels like the fail and that's what it takes to not be a failure and you know after my my military career had the opportunity to link up with the leadership Research Institute. I'm a principal with them. They've been around since nineteen eighty and they've been doing amazing things for amazing companies and really looking to you know transform the world if we can win leader at a time..

Paul Edwards founder leadership Research Institute Dennis Volpe US Deep Waters United States Naval Academy Long Island principal Paul officer
"volpe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"volpe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I mean fuller talking to investigators freelance journalist Michael Volpe about some things impacting the VA some whistleblowers from within Michael you just told us a story before the break of a paraplegic wheeling himself around was that the Memphis facility the Memphis facility which is considered at least as of I think two thousand eighteen more looking for worst offenders hundred and sixty eight but yeah it's a god awful facility and so paraplegics and quadriplegics that area was left unmanned for well here you go here's some video sickening display paralyzing that's left alone at the Memphis VA well huh what was there any response to that but you know also I mean it's been saying that he's going to do something about the VA and I know he's he's given these victims were if they can't get in to see their doctor they can go elsewhere and it'll be paid for but there's a lot more to do is in there there is hi everyone hello I talk to says it's either slightly better about the same or worse in two thousand fourteen hi in fact it was called the veterans bureau but it was really one of the three scandals which made more hard in one of our worst residence that's when the G. the virus bureau at the time was first created I don't believe it's kind of a function properly I think it's been red hot now since the nineteen twenties so it's a persistent problem trump has not fixed it neither the bomb or bush and the reality is it's not going to be fixed on the law like the VA accountability act we're talking about serious major reforms either full of privatization or at least making it much more specialized with far fewer hospitals I don't think you can manage an organization as large a large so much red tape just more big government I guess you almost wonder where to start what kind of person do you put to man something like this sexist Friday March right Michael easy twenty whistleblowers and he said mom Memphis is one of the worst for BJ's known among is this journalist or veterans or or just the talking and what are the other three I don't remember the other three was actually a story broken by Donovan slack hi it was a story broken by her that it it was one of four that were so bad that it required their management issue briefs the like the upper level in in DC meeting the secretary of the VA and his or her top lieutenants weekly there were four Memphis was one of the four she wrote an article ostensibly about Sean Higgins was a prolific whistleblower forty plus our disclosures of waste fraud and abuse about half of those were made hi and so she was the one that dog at all this isn't it it's not just somebody saying it it's based on that that article my goodness okay so it's the daily caller and we're going to go to at Michael will be on Twitter and then we'll put it on our social media too so people can find the direct link to your article Michael anything else to say on that before we move on to any updates on the other cases that you follow well it's a very similar cases so what are the ones that you've been working on I know these follow ups we've had you on a couple times talking about a lot of times it's the foster care system and people who you say egregiously lose their children for really no good reason yes Melissa Diegel made a statement from the signal was R. a woman shelter kids taken in two thousand fourteen the accused her of Munchausen by proxy reporting thoughts and diseases and the kids had she's not facing any criminal charges she was released that was an update since that update she made a statement with a guy named James White northwest liberty news you're gonna have to go find that online but she said while in prison she was she wasn't even torture Spain and she now require surgery the prison that's Maricopa county they denied that she was mistreated she from the horse's mouth said absolutely she was and if I recall she hasn't seen her kids in a few years is that correct since two thousand fourteen and now she is facing a criminal charges eight it fell and she'll go to jail for the rest of her life probably if they connect so much house and by proxy what what is it for us so we're not in the medical field why do you and other journalists and some people in the foster care system or people who report on the foster care system think this is just just an hour rages case against her well number one because I I believe sure of the things that are wrong with her kids either her sister has something very similar sure her sister has a mitochondrial disorder that's very similar she is ball movement thing that's very similar to our kids the other thing is one chosen by proxy is very very rare except apparently one inside knows my CPR CPR seems to find case after case after case all right and it's just impossible to believe that all of these doctors were fooled and she once or multiple hospitals in multiple states hi it's absolutely obscene that they call it my chosen the other thing is she was diagnosed by a doctor out of state there's a woman named eastern the EPSRC again accused of Munchausen diagnosed by a doctor out of state Michael so she is accused not just of claiming that the kids were sick but sickening man herself that I believe his father the framing a death I don't know how they're going to do it they claim they're going to have thirty witnesses I haven't seen the evidence that they've provided with extra claim the prosecutors that's Maricopa county in Arizona sounds making if the prosecutors are saying the children have this weird disease and we think that both the mother somehow made them sick but you're saying that they sent sound out some of these things are mitochondrial diseases better in genetic they're genetically in their family correct yes goodness just keep us posted on that when you got about a minute and a half left anything else you want to update us on Michael yes Iraqi case after case seven following one of her associates DD evil hold insured by David rocket is a guy who put a gun to his sons had through one of his daughters into a refrigerator chase after another daughter while on her birth they were shooting yourself in our house he sure because this woman put a blog post on on line he's saying she's the Framingham she wants her her insurance company State Farm not only did stay farm refused to represent her they were threatening to pose not only her but her husband who wasn't even being sure how is that when you were watching Aaron Rodgers commercial you keep in mind in reality when you go to State Farm likely they're not going to represent you I think I read something about this what's gonna happen next with that well it's very legally confusing she's she's getting out of it and now suddenly David rock his attorney is asking for four hundred fifty thousand from State Farm on the flip side is also chasing his ex wife Sandra Regina rocky for child support and I predict the only reason is to try to put her in jail she may have to have me back on when he tries to jail standards in the rocky this guy has four homes multiple cars everything he doesn't read the charts for money he's doing it strictly.

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"volpe" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"volpe" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"We have a one hour one on one talking with them about what's going on and. And, then we have certain call of logic rules different topic areas that we jump in. Some of them are things that clients come to us and said Hey, can you WANNA? Participate in you? Ask about this, or can you ask about that? Other things are just like hey. Noticing FEM- Let's dive in week. We had fascinating conversations about time. Mainly people are perceiving time because we kept noticing, we were there only accountability appointment. So we were we were what how how some of our respondents were understanding that it was Wednesday because they had a call with Robert Wednesday at noon, and it was every Wednesday new otherwise they wouldn't have known what the. That's never been more true for everybody that in this pandemic I have to say, it's fascinating and actually one of the white papers. We're GONNA do later in. June is planned to be around time. In the way, people are perceiving time in productivity, really fascinating stuff, so we've got that. We also added to it because one it like okay great. We're hearing things qualitatively, but is this legit and following other people, so we set up a tracker ongoing every single day at fielding it Rolls Up to twelve hundred and fifty people a week with Spanish augments. Nationally representative of US ADULTS ABOVE EIGHTEEN And, so we're seeing all the stuff that you see in the media and all the other studies that there were also able to get down into some really interesting nitty gritty few weeks ago is able to look at people that we defined as recently unemployed so people that lost their jobs starting in mid-march, said okay. That's probably pandemic related Howard. Their behavior is different from the people that are still employed or the general population, and it was interesting. They're buying sweets at a higher level like sweets and desserts like okay. There's definitely some comforting above what the Gen pop was doing. And so that date has always coming in fascinating stuff to dive into and tease apart and you're starting to see how things are recovering, and even as states are opening up, we've got we have a snapshot of. How engaged people are interested in going to get a the hairdresser to go out to eat, or when are they going to be willing to go back to church? What's that? GonNa look like a remove theater. Amusement Park. So we're seeing the way. Things are shifting the resistance and the openness in the interests of the population to do things. That's interesting. How how are you giving that out in Kim People? Reach it on. The website is ignite hyphen three sixty.

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"volpe" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"volpe" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Earlier this week and he was asking me how I was doing and and I told him that this navigating to a normal project that we've got going on I think it's actually something that's helped me. Kinda stay grounded and stay focused to the kingery. Yeah, it's keeping me in the know, and it's giving me purpose, and it's giving me something to do because we're turning out content every two weeks, white papers and it's really deep. thinking stuff so really kind of fun. Fun Things to wrap your head around so. I I sent I want diamond to that but I don't want to cut you off about that and what you're seeing about. The being more president is resonating with me as well like you. I'm on the road constantly. When this all hit I, they cancel twelve trips so I was like candidates. My A. and I'm like here the trips. And So good luck with that now you know. She came up for air about a week later. Think-i my lucky stars that I had at that moment. But, you know what trump? What was really resonating with me personally when you were saying that is I am a person who likes to travel. Everybody knows that about me even like I the two trips right before I came. Home got grounded. Were Lunden and yesterday the? In Amsterdam, and both of those trips I took my fourteen year old son with me, and so that's a big source of joy for me, you know sometimes my older daughter will go with me or my. My youngest hasn't gone on these trips yet, but even like. Beck was with me in is and Bangkok last year, and so that's a big source of joy for me, and that's a choice that I've made in something that my husband and I have worked really hard. You know to achieve and yet there is truth to be said that it there is a level of consternation that that level of travel creates for me as well. I an employee many years ago, a good friend of mine was both in at the same time Sammy. Priscilla. You're not as happy when you're gone from an office when you're just here. and. I was like what like it was such an astute. And I thought no. That's not everything in me. Want to be like no, that's not true. That's my joy. That's my life. That's my love. I love to be traveling and he's like you're not really happy. You know what it was like. Trying to really unpacking, understand what he was saying, but it is that sense of you're not missing stuff. You're not kind of like running so fast. All those things are valuable to me and I want to do them. Was Resonating with me right now as you were saying that is that as a person though it has been nice to slow some things down, and really to be more present with people, because you and I share this in common, we want to be the kind of leaders who are available and we do care very deeply about where they go and what they're doing and what they're feeling. But sometimes our lives get in the way with that and I do feel more connected to my team right now I do feel more connected to my clients, and that has been an interesting thing that that came out of it so and and I you know a lot of my clients. Listen to this, too, so it's not you know you can be vulnerable without as well to say as month. That's a that's a lesson learned. How do I then come back into my life and still maintain this level of connection without maybe quite as much hurry. Virtual Office. You'll meet first one on the calendar. No it's I..

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"volpe" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"volpe" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Little Marketing. We don't know all the answers, but we happen to know a lot of people who combined do. We've asked some big dogs. Some tenacious thought leaders to share their real experiences mindset an tips for managing through this difficulty. Welcome to the MR leadership series you'll hear from market. Research thought leaders. This week includes Mario Carrasco of think now, Ryan Berry of Zap Sandy Casey of innovating him. Are Amd Brown of Gazelle global in Merrill? Toubro from Mark, research, these shorter punchy interviews are geared toward powerful and candidate answers to truly relevant business challenges. If you enjoyed this episode, take to social media and thank you for volunteering their time in this way. Be Sure to use the Hashtag always be helping enjoy. Hello and welcome to another episode of ponderings from the purge we are going to talk with an amazing leader today Rob Volpi. He is the chief catalyst. He's speaker and one of the descriptors I like the most. He is an empathy activist with ignite three sixty and I've got to tell you if you know me at all, and you've seen me on linked in. In. You know that I love good title so rob. Thank you for coming and welcome to the show. Thank you Priscilla it's an honor to be. Here's related. Appreciate. The invitation excited to to chat with you today, but we are going to have a great chat because at night three sixty. Yes, you were involved in insights and strategy and I have a lot of. Talk about insights and strategy and I also have a lot of guests on who you work with a lot of leading brands, and as they're looking to connect and understand consumers. They're looking to market researchers who really know how to tap into what's going on in the world and I have to say you have been. Described by many as a very astute observer of people but I think it goes a little bit deeper, you can observe all you want. But when you can't actually stand where people are coming from again that empathy, word, right, and then tell a really deep story. How how can brands actually understand it, so we're going to talk a little bit about your work at three sixty, but before we do that. I asked you on the show because I. DO think you're a tremendous leader. I love how you present when you're speaking I. Love how you show up online, and so I thought important to hear from you about what is going on with consumers right now and also what is going on for you as an Im- our leader..

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A new story from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

A new story from All Things Considered

"They Federal Aviation Administration is putting together a panel of experts to review Boeing's proposed software fix for the troubled seven thirty seven max NPR's, David Schaper reports the popular aircraft have been grounded worldwide since mid-march after two MAC, seven crashes that killed more than three hundred forty people. The FAA's convenient technical advisory board made up of experts from the US air force NASA, the Volpe National Transportation system center, and the FAA that board will review changes Boeing is making to an automated flight

"volpe" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"volpe" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"When someone has a podcast to, I definitely really tune into just like they're, yeah, like vibrations and it. It makes such a difference. Oh, it is. Everything actually have chills melt you're talking about this because that makes the biggest difference in the world is just knowing that that person is truly present and ready, and I can feel it with you. I'm so excited. Oh, thank you. I'm so excited. Oh, by the way. Another thing I just want you to know is that I just wrapped your ten minute free meditation on YouTube. That and I loved it. I felt so great. So I am here. Now we are here now I love that thing you that's so sweet that you just did that I had to. It's actually my second time to in it is it. Thank you. That makes so happy. Another thing I just have to know that you look so radiant and glowing. You're one of the most beautiful pregnant women that I've ever laid eyes on. Oh my God, I will take it all. Keep going. Thirty. Thank you. I'm thirty five weeks. It's a girl. It's a curl. I know the countdown is like officially on. Oh my gosh. Your baby is gonna have a sister. I know he's will see. He's. He's gotten so clingy to me which everyone kind of warns you about and it's like, you know, it's so sweep, but then you're like, oh shit. This is going to be so challenging, but it's gonna be challenging, but it's gonna be part of his journey to be able to share you totally. No, it's it's so true and it's time he's happy for three straight years. So I just want you to also know that every through Lauren and Michael Volpe, but then she'll on your podcast. They were love them, and I just I had to bring you on because I deeply resonate with your story from your eating disorder journey and your Beauce of drugs. And then also the transitional journey, the journeys to love in discovering your own love through meditation, and even with plant based eating and just all the journeys resonated deeply with me..

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USA, Robert Muller and Special Counsel discussed on John Batchelor

John Batchelor

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

USA, Robert Muller and Special Counsel discussed on John Batchelor

"In a court filing special counsel Robert Muller recommended a judge sentenced. Former Trump campaign aide George popadopoulos to up to six months in prison for lying to agents investigating Russian. Election meddling dopplers pleaded guilty in October and is scheduled to be sentenced next

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"volpe" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"volpe" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Is using if it gets used against the auto sector with tear from finnish vehicles companies that make those cars should take a look at injunctive relief and go make a petition in federal court in the us and say this is an illegal action by the federal government that hurts our investment prospects capricious expectancy that we will be watching what happens tomorrow with your meeting of ofa thank you thank you flavio volpe is the president of the automotive parts manufacturers association of canada we reached him in washington dc well i'll tell you in the united states there are people who think that mr trump's defiance is long overdue check out this headline in the washington post finally a president with the guts to stand up to canada and in the column under that headline dana millbank throws a wicket hip check on canada in the wake of new us sanctions and testy g seven meeting mr bill bank writes oh canada you had a comment they inflicted nickelback on us we did nothing they sent us justin bieber we turn the other cheek they were responsible for one abomination after the other patine defunct vows hawaiian pizza instant mashed potatoes ted cruz still we did not retaliate until now finally united states has a president with the brains and the guts to stand up to the menace of the north this weekend president trump called prime minister justin trudeau meek and very dishonest and week for protesting us tariffs trump's trade advisors said there's a special place in hell for trudeau and trump's economic advisor said trudeau stabbed us in the back and is guilty of betrayal and double crossing how do you feel now canada or put it in language you understand how she boot ner.

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Molina, Chevy and Saint Louis discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Molina, Chevy and Saint Louis discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"App your breaking news and traffic now at three thirty one jackie lynn and here is our top story happening right now l meraj elementary schools been evacuated police investigation school district officials confirmed that a note was found on campus students were taken to a local high school but they will return by bus to el mirage elementary at three forty five president trump appearing angry after the fbi raided the offices of his personal attorney michael cohen yesterday president trump has frequently called special counsel robert mueller's probe a witch hunt then he's blasted muller's team as biased against him on monday he was asked why not just fire molar well i think it's a disgrace what's going on and we'll see what happens but i think it's really a sad situation when you look at what happened in many people have said you should fire him special counsel tie cop who's always quick to shoot down any considerations in discussions of potentially firing muller has so far not commented karen travers abc news the white house new poll shows that young voters are energized for the midterms in a way not seen for several elections the poll of more than two thousand eighteen to twenty nine year olds harvard's institute of politics says overall thirty seven percent of eligible voters under thirty will quote definitely be voting in this year's midterm fourteen points higher than what we found in two thousand fourteen points fire than the last wave election we we saw in two thousand and ten polling director john volpe says young democrats are driving most of the enthusiasm fifty one percent of them say they will definitely vote compared to the thirty six percent of republicans who say the same mark remillard abc news if you can't say something nice don't say it in all debates manager torey lavelle will sit out tonight's game and serve a one game suspension for major league baseball his use of profanity towards saint louis catcher yada your molina during a game on sunday earned him that suspension molina also got a one game ban and he's appealing the penalty let's check on traffic and weather now it's been a hot day we'll tell you just how hot and a moment right now detour dan in the valley chevy dealers traffic center thank you very much becky.

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"volpe" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"volpe" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"You're still your plane polk him on us fired by the tournament going on yeahso arm over the weekend there was said northamericaninternationalchampionships and that was a huge tournament that everyone from around the world is invited to common tournamentand it's it was the last event where you could arnn championship points to be able to compete at worlds in august open who anaheimum and so i just like sunday like i just watched the finals of the championships and i've been breeding pokemon and i really want to have a full team that's viable and meets all of the rules and regulations before i go to worlds just some challenges me and dislike i don't have a team the phnomenom a team so ivan plane and breeding pokemonand it took me three hours to breed and a low in volpe on my flight so it's gonna take while who you is it basically thought you were done with a game and you're going back because of the tournaments goran on or i or do you do have you never stop playing ii never released apply so always hill's place tells me a case freezes always playing pokomo am yet enough so now you know the thefbi this thing that happened right after we we recorded the last episode yossi a new rvlc character knock it was as master trials rightrightso and i think all of us had time to it recorded an episode a bit which as usually do the split joy khan's elder battle we haven't seen you guys do any of the hard.

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